Distance Learning - all subject areas
What will I learn?
Approximately 27 million working days were lost due to work-related illness or workplace injury during 2012. Some of these are injuries and illnesses that can be easily avoided.
This short, auto-marked programme will give you the knowledge you need to understand those risks and how to control and act upon any likely hazards. A great addition to your CV to show your commitment to health and safety at work, this is also beneficial for general knowledge.
Topics covered in this course include
- Roles and responsibilities for health, safety and welfare at work
- Procedures for responding to accidents and incidents at work
This is an auto-marked course, you will receive a college certificate online when you have successfully completed which you can print and/or save for your records.
What qualifications do I need?There are no formal entry requirements for this course, however, as it is delivered online it would be beneficial if the candidate had basic competence in IT and the internet. This course does not require a personal statement.
What can I do after?This course provides progression to Level 2 NCFE programmes.
You can enrol onto and start this course at any time throughout the year.
Duration: 5 weeks
This course is not eligible for Fee Waiver Payment
Price for individual learners (some course costs are deducted). Deductions cannot apply to applicants outwith Scotland or organisations purchasing this course as a commercial venture or as part of a funded workforce training plan, for more information please contact the Distance Learning Team on 0141 581 2319.